Counselling & Psychotherapy:

Sometimes guidance is necessary to help individuals connect with their own capacity for transformation and growth, to draw their strengths in orders to alter thoughts, feelings, habits, and behaviors that are limiting potential.

Navigating life’s challenges, transitions and relationships, with yourself and others, can often be challenging. Whether you find yourself all too often anxious or sad, experiencing career or relationship issues, struggling with substance abuse or compulsive behaviors, or unsure of the next steps you want to take in your career or life, with the help of psychotherapy adults, teens and children can develop tools and discover resilience that can be used now and in the future to overcome challenges that stand in the way of satisfaction, happiness, and a more fulfilling life.

We provide an opportunity to explore long-standing problems and to work through current stressors in the safety of a nurturing, non-judgmental environment.

Psychology Patient

Counselling and Psychotherapy for Adults

In my ongoing work as a Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Social worker, some of the issues I address in this capacity include:

Stress & Trauma (PTSD)

  • Anxiety

  • Anger Management

  • Phobias, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Social Anxiety, and Panic

  • Recovery from recent or past psychological trauma

  • Depression

  • Relationship Difficulties

  • Domestic Violence

  • Problems with Self-Image, Self-Confidence, or Self-Esteem

  • Grieving and Healing after loss

  • Major life choices, changes, and challenges

  • Developmental life cycle issue

  • Living through transitions

  • Enhancing personal effectiveness and performance

  • Infertility and adoption issues

  • Coping with illness and Caretaking

  • Parenting

  • Male Issues

  • Co-dependency


Counselling and Psychotherapy Services for Children and Adolescents:

The pre-teenage and teenage years are an essential time for self-discovery, identity formation, and social development.

  • Self Esteem

  • Learning Styles and Attention Differences

  • Sibling Issues

  • Male Issues

  • Special Needs

  • Abuse

  • Adoption Issues

  • Mood Disorders

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma

Grief and Loss

Coping with Parental Divorce

Identity Issues

  • Anger Issues

” We repeat what we don’t Repair”